The Philly theatre will also present a world premiere by Christopher Chen and ‘Blood Wedding’ by Federico García Lorca.
An American playwright gets a presumption-smashing crash course in European theatre at Poland’s Dialog festival.
She took a new job in a new city, bought a new home—and then got a breast cancer diagnosis. She’s getting by with a little from her friends, including Sam Beckett.
Paula Vogel’s “Don Juan Comes Home from Iraq,” which envisions the story of Don Juan as a Marine suffering from PTSD, runs at the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia.
Pioneering architects remind us that a theatre is more than just a building–and that, sometimes, it needn’t even be a building at all.
Calling all dramaturgs, one-time dramaturgs, would-be dramaturgs! What production in the coming season have you heard about that you wish you were working on as a dramaturg? What is it about this show that afflicts you with dramaturgical envy?
The forecast is neither foul nor fair—and theatres are planning accordingly.
Theatre is thriving as never before in the City of Brotherly Love.